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How to Get Past the Bouncer (and Get into the Club)

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To get past the bouncer and make it into the nightclub, mind the 5 aspects of the GET IN club entry system: girls, expenses, trouble, + 2 more.

The worst club entry experience I’ve had was at a place in Las Vegas. I found myself stuck outside the venue, pushed to the side, while everyone else in line – who’d gotten there much later than I had – was allowed to march right in past me. I was dressed well (better than many of the people who got in) and looked good. But I’d made the fatal mistakes of getting there too early, and talking to a poorly dressed, low status guy in line... And the bouncer exiled me to the side of the queue as a result. After standing to the side watching other people march in for twenty minutes, I finally stooped to bribing the bouncer to get in – something I’d never done before and haven’t done since.

After this incident, back home in San Diego, I made getting into the clubs I wanted a priority. I picked up a VIP card that let me cut the lines at most of the venues in town. I rolled with people who knew people. And I went out of my way to befriend bouncers and club staff again, something I’d neglected since my early days in clubbing.

Before long, my outings often consisted of the opposite of that Las Vegas experience. Throngs of other club-goers would be stuck in a slow-moving queue as I marched past them, flashed my ID at the bouncer, and stepped right in. Some of those club-goers – girls especially seemed to hate watching me get in while they had to wait – would yell about fairness, or spoiled elites, or how assholes like me needed to wait in line like the rest of ‘em. And I’d just chuckle and bear these folks no ill will, because I’d been in their positions plenty of times before.

If you enjoy the nightlife regularly, in any major metropolis, entering the club will be a major concern of yours. So today, we’re going to cover all the various ways you can gain entry, or even skip the cover charge, and not have to worry about getting stuck outside.

Chase AmanteAbout the Author: Chase Amante

Chase woke up one day in 2004 tired of being alone. So, he set to work and read every book he could find, studied every teacher he could meet, and talked to every girl he could talk to to figure out dating. After four years, scads of lays, and many great girlfriends (plus plenty of failures along the way), he launched this website. He will teach you everything he knows about girls in one single program in his One Date System.

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Inbocca's picture

Even now that you don't hit up bars and clubs like you used to (not for the party girls at least), your advice is on point. This sounds like one of the classic articles, full of new info that comes from bounds of experience.

Kev's picture

Its articles like these that remind me whatba masterpiece this website is. You even have research to corroborate your claims. No one even comes close. Cheers.

Sz's picture

1.I was wondering what would be a good strategy for seeing girls after the club after you get her number.

I was thinking of texting them after the club to chill at their house or something.

Or I just get the number and talk to her a few days later.

I haven't had any success with the second one, do you think I should have text conversations for a few days after meeting them? Get them on the phone then ask for a date? I have tried keeping texts short and to the point, I mostly ask them how they are and then when they're free, some tell me when, but always flake on me, and some don't even respond to the text after I leave my name. I haven't had any success with this.

I haven't tried the first, tell me how you feel? Think we should go out to eat or should I just try to get back to her place?

Anyway, I want to still get a date and lay with the way I have been doing things just because I have done it enough and not succeeded, I want to succeed at least once, so what would be the best way to get girls out and fuck them after you get their number, send a hello text, then the next day comes? I need to get them out, what is the best method to make this work?

I know you said same night lays work better for clubs, what are the steps for that?

What can I deep dive about that's cool to talk about in the club and get them to want to give me the draws. I feel if I deep dive well enough, I got em, I'm just not tryna deep dive about useless shit.

2. I want to start going to the club alone, but how do I protect myself from haters and confrontations? I won't be with my boys, so I need to know what to do to be safe from the haters. Sometimes you can't avoid them, but I would like to know how I can be safe when I go out alone to get girls at clubs and bars.

3. How do I find someone that wants to just go clubbing? I also want that person to be someone i can trust. Everyone I know is married or they just feel old. I still want to have fun. I'm older and it would be weird to me to find someone younger than I am to hand out with, know how I can find a club buddy around my age , at my age?

Thanks

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SZ-

If you grabbed numbers early on in the night, best way to use them later on in the night is to text to see what they're up to. "Hey, what are you up to. We should meet up. -SZ" is usually fine. High-energy can also be good, if you have plans: "Hey, what's up! Still out? Going to an after party - wanna come with?? -SZ" Will always be a crapshoot; some girls will text back, most will not. Really no way around this, other than to get them super interested early on. But if they're super interested early on, you should not be parting from them in the first place.

Took me years to reach the point where I could take girls' numbers in clubs and reliably meet up with them after. You can still pull it off sometimes when less experienced (I shagged numerous girls off of number-grabs in nightclubs early on; had a girlfriend come of this, in fact), but unless you have the perfect vibe for this it often won't work. Only time I had it work early on was when I used phone calls. Though for every, "Oh hey, yeah!" response, I'd even more often get a, "Oh... okaaaayyy," response to the call. And sometimes even a hang-up.

Here are the steps for a same-night lay:

2. I want to start going to the club alone, but how do I protect myself from haters and confrontations? I won't be with my boys, so I need to know what to do to be safe from the haters. Sometimes you can't avoid them, but I would like to know how I can be safe when I go out alone to get girls at clubs and bars.

Confrontation/haters dies down once you get experienced enough at handling social situations in nightclubs... usually. The more socially calibrated you are, and the more relaxed you are in-venue, the more other men will respect you and leave you alone. They see you are comfortable, which makes you stand out in a bad way less (you are less of a target), and makes you seem more likely to be somewhere you have social ties (you are a bigger danger - e.g., if they start a fight with you, they may find out you're a friend of the manager and a horde of bouncers shows up and beats the stuffing out of them).

Barring this though, stay out of sausage party venues with high male-female ratios. Avoid venues that play Hip-Hop (high risk), and frat bro venues that feature lots of very drunk people (moderate risk). If you know a place is a place where lots of fights go down, don't go there. Or if you must go there, make sure you go on off-nights and befriend the staff, so if shit goes down the bouncers will have your back. I had times in the past where guys would start getting confrontational in venues where I had connections, and a bouncer I knew who was on the other side of the room would suddenly appear right next to us and put his hands on the other guy and tell him to back off, or boot him out. Those connections make a difference.

3. How do I find someone that wants to just go clubbing? I also want that person to be someone i can trust. Everyone I know is married or they just feel old. I still want to have fun. I'm older and it would be weird to me to find someone younger than I am to hand out with, know how I can find a club buddy around my age , at my age?

Start here:

And start by socializing in clubs. Look for cool-looking guys who aren't talking to anyone. Chat them up, be cool. After 10 or 15 minutes of chilling and talking, ask them if they want to go hit on some girls. If they say yes or sure, could be good potential wingmen.

Chase

Andrew Frederick Wilks's picture

This article about the nightclubs exposes racism, classism, and lookism at night clubs. It should not matter how one is dressed, looks, what race and nationality one is and so on, if one wants to go to a nightclub to have fun that should be ones right as oppossed to being denied entrance. People who are standing in line at nightclubs everywhere should run down the bouncers defying them and the owners who allow the discrimination and exclusion to go on forcing themselves into the nightclubs and then dancing the night away having fun.These racist lookist and classist bouncers can go fuck themselves!!! I would be delighted to hear about bouncers being stampeded on and pushed over and stomped on by crowds of people who returned to the nightclub they were rejected from entering into getting their revenge on the bouncers as these crowds go in and dance the night away at the dismay of the bouncers and owners who allowed the discrimination to go on.

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